> Simple, we are saved (i.e. get to go to Heaven) fully through the grace of God. Our > only part in this is to accept the gift He is offering. The works we do have nothing > to do with salvation. By the way, this includes baptism to whoever it was who said > baptism is a requirement for salvation. Rather, our works are a response to receiving > His gift.
But I guess that would depend on if you believe you have to have the Holy Ghost to be saved. Then there's the idea of having it only to (to keep it simple) be a preacher (when you receive the gifts of the spirit - they can then be used in the ministry, etc.)
I know there are other details that could be gotten into, but maybe for another time.